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Top line revenues at Egyptian gas infrastructure construction firm Regas up 10% y/y to $50mn in 2020
Qatar Petroleum continues to make new moves related to its LNG business, including striking a new long-term supply deal with China’s Sinopec.
Azikel Petroleum, a subsidiary of Nigeria’s Azikel Group, has appointed UAE-based Chemie Tech to serve as its engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor on a modular refinery project.
Tunisia’s Transport and Logistics Minister Moez Chakchouk reported last week on the status of efforts to determine the fate of the Skhira oil terminal.